Hong Kong Heritage Museum is a museum of history, art and culture in Sha Tin, Hong Kong, located beside the Shing Mun River. The museum opened on 16 December 2000. It is managed by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department of the Hong Kong Government. The six permanent exhibits and the original temporary exhibits were designed by design firm Reich+Petch along with Lord Cultural Resources.
The museum building is the largest in Hong Kong, and can accommodate up to 6,000 visitors.
|Monday||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Wednesday||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Thursday||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Friday||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Saturday||10:00 AM – 7:00 PM|
|Sunday||10:00 AM – 7:00 PM|
Chris Hosler | Mar 4, 2018
Great museum that show cases Hong Kong history of all kinds whether it be ancient or modern. When I went in February I saw the Pixar exhibit, Bruce Lee exhibit and one promotional posters. This was on a Sunday afternoon so it wasn't too crowded and everything was well laid out for all the exhibits. A normal ticket only costs 20$ which grants you full access to the museum!
Liz Hutchison | Mar 2, 2018
Heritage Museum is affordable for everyone. They get really interesting exhibitions such as Pixar and Bruce Lee. The gift shop is nice, though a little on the expensive side. You can also learn about Hong Kong's past here. Well worth a visit.
Klyde's Kulit Moves | Mar 4, 2018
Always educational and fun. Have a place to buy souvenirs about China and Hongkong. There are kids corner. Outside is the Bruce Lee statue and the In and Out characters. There is also a place for meals. Furthermore， it is near Shatin park where u can enjoy biking and taking relaxation.
Brendan Gill | Feb 22, 2018
Has good exhibitions on show and excellent baby changing facilities. The staff were helpful. There is a cafe there for sit down food and also for snacks.
Julie Wong | Dec 7, 2017
They have really great exhibitions during different times of the year. Saw the Bruce Lee exhibition this time around. The Bruce Lee documentary was a good watch. It was told from the different perspectives of people who knew and worked with him. They have comfy theatre seats at the theatre room.
a ch | Apr 5, 2018
Lovely museum, worth the hike over. Can linger half the day away. Conveniently close to mtr station, and very pleasant 3 minute walk across the river.
Freddie Fish | Apr 5, 2018
I was strictly there to see the Bruce Lee’s exhibition therefore I can only judge that part. The exhibition was awesome since I’m a huge Bruce Lee fan. I was hoping for them to have more souvenir of Bruce Lee for people to purchase and they do not allow people to take any photos inside.
Jorge Lema | Mar 13, 2018
Great place to view and learn about their heritage. Only bad thing was your not allowed to take pics. The cafe has great tea and food.
Yang Shiya | Apr 20, 2018
The train station is a short walk away, with a lot of signs and directions along the way. The staff were very helpful and even approached us with information. We went for the Jin Yong gallery and enjoyed ourselves. Right beside the gift shop is a small play area where you can star in your own kung-fu comic pic. And all of this was free!
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